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Cunard offers Mediterranean sale – fares from $95 per day!

Passengers who reserve select 12-day Mediterranean Cruises aboard Cunard Line’s youngest ship, the beautifully appointed Queen Elizabeth, can sail from less than $95 per day – plus receive free gratuities – when they book and make a deposit during…

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Carnival’s social Magic

Nobody does fun better than Carnival Cruise Lines from the young in age to the young at heart. Founded in 1972 with just one ship, Carnival is now the world’s largest cruise line, boasting a fleet of 23 ships,…

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Carnival Magic visits la dolce vita

By Anita Dunham-Potter (editor@www.expertcruiser.com) © www.expertcruiser.com – Your online consumer guide for cruise travel and information.

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Carnival Magic is the best Fun Ship yet

The 130,000-ton, 3,690-passenger Carnival Magic is really a floating resort offering the line’s most innovative features to date. For the last two sea days passengers are flocking to the expansive outer decks for sun and fun. The new SportsSquare…

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Carnival Magic Day 1 — Of Beer and 3 AM Babysitting

The beards at Carnival certainly know how to please their clientele with the new features on the Carnival Magic. The addition of the Caribbean-inspired RedFrog Pub with its own lager was sure to be a hit, but Carnival didn’t…

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Leaving Venice a photo essay

Located at the top of the Adriatic Sea is the enchanting city of Venice. Made up of numerous islands and canals Venice offers an amazing setting where bridges lead to winding cobblestone streets, stunning renaissance architecture, and, of course…

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